Best 3 Co-Parenting Books of the Year

Best 3 Co-Parenting Books of the Year

Co-parenting with your ex is a whole new set of skills.  Chances are, how you were together when you were married will play out with parenting solo.  Did you generally agree along the same values?  Were you both at odds with key issues?  These things don’t magically resolve now that you’re two households.  There are methods of getting on the same page – even when your former spouse would rather cause trouble.

Mindful Co-parenting: A Child-Friendly Path through Divorce 1st Edition by Jeremy S. Gaies, Psy.D. and James B. Morris, Jr., Ph.D.

The Co-Parenting Survival Guide: Letting Go of Conflict After a Difficult Divorce by Elizabeth Thayer Ph.D. and Jeffrey Zimmerman Ph.D.

Divorce Poison New and Updated Edition: How to Protect Your Family from Bad-mouthing and Brainwashing by Dr. Richard A. Warshak

What are your recommendations?  What books have helped you or someone you know get through co-parenting years?

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6 Must Have Books for Couples on the Brink of Divorce

6 Must Have Books for Couples on the Brink of Divorce

Facing the prospect of divorce is never easy.  Even when there are clear signs.  A shared life, especially when kids are involved, make the decision to divorce more complex.  Whether you’re conflicted but leaning out or committed to saving your marriage and leaning in, something must change.  These books can help you think through your options.

Should I Stay Or Go? : How Controlled Separation (CS) Can Save Your Marriage by Lee Raffel

The Divorce Remedy: The Proven 7-Step Program for Saving Your Marriage by Michele Weiner Davis

Getting Back Together: How To Reconcile with Your Partner-and Make It Last by Bettie B. Youngs

Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How It Can Help You Find – and Keep – Love by Amir Levine

I Wish I Knew This Before My Divorce: Ending the Battle Between Holding On and Letting Go by Elaine O. Foster PhD and Joseph W. Foster

I Love You, but I’m Not IN Love with You: Seven Steps to Saving Your Relationship by Andrew G. Marshall

What are your recommendations?  What books have helped you or someone you know go through this difficult stage?

ADHD Story Telling

ADHD Story Telling

ADHD Story telling

ADHD StoryTElling

You gotta tell the backstory, right?

You’ve done this or you’ve heard this.  So many details distract us, sending you and the listener down the rabbit holes of backstory.

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Comorbid Conditions

Comorbid Conditions

Other issues related to ADHD

The chicken or the egg?  It’s unclear if correlation between ADHD and other disorders means causation.  Perhaps it’s fuzzy diagnoses.  The facts are clear, there’s a lot of overlap when it comes to ADHD.

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